Jeffrey Tambor Photo Credit: Maarten de Boer, Getty; Judith Light Photo Credit: Jonathan Stoller
Jeffrey Tambor, the Emmy and Golden Globe Award-winning actor and star of the highly acclaimed Amazon series Transparent, has managed to create three memorable TV characters over the arc of his career.
Beginning with Hank “Hey Now!” Kingsley on The Larry Sanders Show, he went on to create George Bluth in Arrested Development and the iconic Maura in Transparent. Join him as he discusses his new memoir, Are You Anybody? and reveals his creative process, as well as how a kid with a lisp and a depressive father drew inspiration from his life to create these iconic characters.
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Jeffrey Tambor is an accomplished actor known for his unforgettable roles on HBO’s The Larry Sanders Show, the long-running Fox series Arrested Development, and Amazon’s Transparent, for which he has won Golden Globe and Emmy Awards. Tambor lives in New York.
Judith Light is well known for her extensive body of work on stage, in film and television. She is currently starring in Amazon Prime’s Golden Globe winning series, Transparent, created by Jill Soloway, for which she was nominated for a Golden Globe and Critics Choice Award for her role as Shelly Pfefferman. Also recognized for her impressive body of stage work, Judith won an Outer Critics Circle Award and was nominated for a Drama League Award for her role in Therese Raquin. She received a Tony nomination for the play Lombardi, followed by two consecutive Tony and Drama Desk wins for the plays Other Desert Cities by Jon Robin Baitz and The Assembled Parties by Richard Greenberg. Other awards include of the Made in New York Award and the Elizabeth Taylor Award from ACRIA. In 2016, she did a one woman, off-Broadway show for MCC: All the Ways to Say I Love You by Neil LaBute, which received rave reviews. She recently completed a run at the Pasadena Playhouse with Al Pacino in the production of God Looked Away by Dotson Rader.
Judith starred in the television series, Who’s the Boss, and received two consecutive Emmy awards for her work on One Life to Live. Some of her more recent television work includes Law and Order, SVU and Dallas. She starred in and produced, through her production company, the film Save Me, which premiered at Sundance. Judith has performed in Europe, in several repertory companies across America, and at the Eugene O'Neill Playwrights Foundation. For her performance of the Pulitzer Prize winning play, Wit, she was awarded the Helen Hayes and Eliot Norton awards. She has been a longtime advocate for many causes, especially the fight to end HIV/ Aids, and has been a champion for LGBTQ and human rights. Judith is an active participant in a variety of organizations including Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS, the Point Foundation, and numerous others.